We’ve had a backlog of shows in the hopper waiting to be produced. Three episodes in one smash hit release, all available in MP3 format. On Episode 16, John and I try videocasting via ooVoo. Watch the talking heads and let us know if you like the new format or whether we should stick to audio only. (Assuming we keep the videocast format, we’ll produce both MP3 audio only as well as Silverlight video.)

Plumbers at Work – Episode 14 – Do You Have Change for a Ningy?

Bil and James are back for another half an hour of fun. Play MP3 audio.

  • Microsoft offers full versions of its development tools to students for free
  • Google Apps
  • Languages – Python, Ruby, Boo, F#, C#
  • ALT.NET Seattle Retrospective
  • NHibernate 2.0 Alpha released
  • Stackoverflow.com by Jeff Atwood and Joel Spolsky

Plumbers at Work – Episode 15 – The Man from Betelgeuse

John and James hold down the proverbial fort. Play MP3 audio.

  • John becomes a father
  • Becoming a Jedi screencasts (http://tinyurl.com/6m9r8s)
  • Silverlight Streaming (http://streaming.live.com)
  • DevTeach Toronto
  • Dependency Injection and Inversion of Control
  • Persistence and Infrastructure Ignorance
  • Microsoft and the Yahoo! bid
  • ALT.NET Open Space Canada
  • Bahamas .NET User Group
  • Silverlight 2.0 and Testing
  • The Twitter phenomenon
  • What are Don Box and his team really working on?

Plumbers at Work – Episode 16 – Oh No, Not Again

John and James try out ooVoo for videocasting. Play Silverlight video. Play MP3 audio only.

N.B. Don’t adjust your sets. John’s audio drops out for a few seconds near the beginning. There was no way to recover it unfortunately.